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  • CD (14 février 2006)
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  • Format : Dualdisc, Titres bonus, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000CCD0FS
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Par Mélomania COMMENTATEUR DU HALL D'HONNEURTOP 50 COMMENTATEURS le 19 avril 2015
Format: CD Achat vérifié
5 ans plus tôt, les Talking Heads ont connu leur sommet, leur désormais inaccessible Himalaya, Remain In Light pour ceux qui ne suivraient pas !, alors, Little Creatures, c'est un peu "business as usual", sauf que l'habituel, pour ces quatre-là, c'est surtout la plume acérée de David Byrne. Alors, forcément, la routine est plus douce.
La routine c'est aussi dans une méthode de confection où, sur la base de riffs et de grooves, avec Byrne construisant sa performance vocale d'improvisation en improvisation, les Talking Heads construisent une collection de chansons pas exactement surprenant mais tout à fait satisfaisante. On y remarque un Byrne ne poussant plus autant sur ses cordes vocales, retrouvant son registre naturel, qui est, par conséquent, présentement souvent secondé par des choristes pour un résultat particulièrement doux à l'oreille. C'est aussi l'album le plus délibérément pop du groupe, celui où il se laisse le plus aller, grand bien lui prend, à pondre de la chansonnette avec quelques merveilleux exemples (There She Was, tube incontestable, Stay Up Late et Road to Nowhere, d'une efficacité irrésistible) sans pour autant perdre de sa substance, ou des bienvenus sarcasmes de la plume de David, c'est fort.
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Depuis peu,à l'annonce de la sortie d'une anthologie Talking Heads,je me suis replongé dans mes vieux Talking Heads et je dois dire qu'hormis l'infâme Naked (Voir Critique),leur discographie a plutôt bien vieillie...
Ce n'est pas toujours le cas pour Little Creatures qui patît parfois d'une production un peu datée (dans l'utilisation des synthés en particulier) mais ne faisons pas les fines bouches,des morceaux de la trempe de And She Was,Road To Nowhere,Television Man et bien d'autres nous balancent des bouffées de vitalité mais aussi de cynisme trempé dans un pessimisme joyeux ...
Et oui car David Byrne n'est pas contre les paradoxes,loin de là...Sous des mélodies souvent festives se cachent des tonnes de noirceur à l'image dans un autre style du groupe de Paddy McAloon,Prefab Sprout.
Une bonne introduction à l'univers Pop des Talking Heads
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HASH(0x900c39d8) étoiles sur 5 Come along and take this road to nowhere 29 août 2002
Par Daniel Jolley - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Little Creatures is one of my all-time favorite CDs. I know a lot of Talking Heads fans consider this album a little too pop-oriented, but I love every song on here. This is particularly good music to sing along with, yet it still has plenty of quintessential David Byrne vocal sounds to distinguish it from non-Talking Heads music. I still hear And She Was on the radio from time to time, proving its longevity as a quirky, fun track, but for some unexplainable reason, nobody ever seems to play Road to Nowhere anymore. That was really the song that made me a TH fan, and I'll never forget the video with David Byrne running nonstop in the corner the whole time. Stay Up Late is another cool song that got some air play in its day; it's not a song you would want your babysitter to listen to while she is at your house, but it's just a typically fun, unique Talking Heads song.
All of the remaining songs are almost as good as the single releases. Give Me Back My Name, The Lady Don't Mind, Perfect World, and Walk It Down aren't spectacular, but they are quite enjoyable. I especially love the chorus of The Lady Don't Mind, and the last verse of Perfect World features vintage David Byrne vocals. Television Man comes closest to the earlier, more traditionally untraditional Talking Heads sound, and it features a great stretch of David Byrne vocal gymnastics. As enjoyable as all of these songs are, though, none compare to the song Little Creatures. It has a great flow to it, with interesting lyrics, and it shows how talented a singer David Byrne really is. The entire album has a fullness and flow that most albums just do not have; I never skip any of the tracks when I play this CD. This group's forehead-slapping music is great, but sometimes it is nice just to relax to calmer music such as this disc offers. Clocking in at just under forty minutes in length, Little Creatures is not terribly long, especially by today's standards, but it is enjoyable from start to finish. Some TH fans might consider this album a musical road to nowhere by this eclectic band, but in my opinion Little Creatures proves that the journey is often times the best part of the trip.
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HASH(0x900c3a2c) étoiles sur 5 Talking Heads go pop -- good! 12 mai 2005
Par Allan Tong - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I adore Remain In Light, enjoy Speaking In Tongues, love Psycho Killer. But LITTLE CREATURES is my favourite Heads album. I know many Heads' fans don't, because LC doesn't sound like anything else they ever did. It's melodic, bouncy, bright and optimistic. Little Creatures is like the Velvets' LOADED, a pop record made by an avant-rock band.
Reportedly, David Byrne was in love (with Adelle Lutz) when he composed these tunes. That's evident from the get-go. And She Was kicks off the album on a note of joy and energy, not dark brooding like Burning Down The House. From there, the record detours into kids & family (Creatures of Love, Stay Up Late) and more love (the wonderful The Lady Don't Mind).
The hooks are catchy and the harmonies are delicious. Further, every song moves. You can dance to this. There's no filler. The sequencing is smart -- the record is assembled like one unified piece.
LITTLE CREATURES isn't everyone's cup of tea, but who says a band has to sound the same on every album?
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HASH(0x900c3e64) étoiles sur 5 Decent, but lacking an edge. 22 février 2006
Par Michael Stack - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
After their debut album, the Talking Heads began building music of excess-- extra musicians, layered instrumental arrangement, polyrhythms, and so on, driven on by David Byrne's sort of all-accepting view of music and in part fueled by Brian Eno's production wizardry. After an album that was more electronic then organic ("Speaking in Tongues"), the Talking Heads did a complete about face with "Little Creatures", presenting an album of essentially stripped down pop music.

Now granted, stripped down pop is not a bad thing-- it's just that the band appears to have surrendered their edge along with their heavy production. While the music manages to reclaim a bit of that timeless quality that made the first four Talking Heads albums so great, the music is lacking. From my perspective, I suspect it's because it's a lot more restrained-- the instrumental arrangements are a lot less edgy and Byrne's vocals fall in a comfortable middle range tenor rather than his usual higher, tense vocal.

Truthfully, none of it is BAD-- it's all pretty enough pop music ("Perfect World"), and the reflections on children on sweet and often quite clever-- albeit goofy ("Creatures of Love", "Stay Up Late"), and certainly there's no question that opener "And She Was" was destined to be a hit-- it's a great piece with a fantastic hook and a great vocal harmony on the chorus. It's just that most of the pieces are pretty much undistinguished ("Walk it Down"), and the Talking Heads were never about undistinguished songs.

The dualdisc reissue remasters the album in both stereo (CD side) and 5.1 (DVD), and it sounds great, the sonic upgrade is fantastic. Both sides also include bonus tracks-- two "early versions" and an extended remix b-side on the CD side and a pair of music videos on the DVD side.

Trutfully, had a band other than Talking Heads put this out, I'd probably rate this higher, but the bar was set pretty high by "Fear of Music" and "Remain in Light".
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HASH(0x909ad24c) étoiles sur 5 I Suppose They Had Run Their Course, But... 4 août 2005
Par J. Reynolds - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I still miss them every day, and this album (along with Speaking In Tongues) is one of the reasons why. Great pop songs, quirky lyrics, funky melodies -- full-bodied music. The four of them came together to do great stuff and, afterward, on their own, none of them have ever been as good again.
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HASH(0x909ad330) étoiles sur 5 "This is a perfect world, I'm riding on an incline..." 12 septembre 2013
Par ADRIENNE MILLER - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
"Little Creatures" by Talking Heads was by the far their breeziest album. This album was released in 1985 when pop music was at its most popular. And so "Little Creatures" is a fun, perky, loopy pop album - Talking Heads style of course. David Byrne's lyrics are still mind-bending as ever. His vocals are unique as always, and even when he sounds really sarcastic, he has this uncanny ability to come off really sincere. There's a lot of love songs on this record. You can tell Byrne was in love with someone when he recorded this album, his songwriting is very romantic which is evident on "Creatures of Love" and "The Lady Don't Mind" which is easily my favorite song. "The Lady Don't Mind" is about unrequited love, the melody flows wonderfully and the chorus is bittersweet. "Creatures of Love" feels like an alt-country song. The song is a little corny but the message is timeless. He talks about the meaning of life, and how we should all hold our loved ones close to our heart. There are some silly, fun moments on this album like the underrated gem, "Stay Up Late" and the confusing but irresistible "Television Man". I have no idea what the inspiration was behind "Television Man" but I know that I like it and it makes me smile. The moodiest song is "Give Me Back My Name". I read from other reviews this song is about death, the lyrics are dark and morbid: "Some things can never be spoken, some things cannot be pronounced. That word does not exist in any language, it will never uttered by a human mouth..." I also enjoy "Perfect World" and "Walk it Down" which have strong choruses and I feel like the pop sound really comes alive during these 2 tracks, and you can't help but sing along. The first single that was released from "Little Creatures" was "And She Was" which is the very first Talking Heads song I remember hearing on the radio when I was a kid. Of course at the time, I just thought "And She Was" was a love song, but when I grew up - I discovered that the song is about a girl tripping on a mind-altering substance: "And she was looking at herself, and things were looking like a movie. She had a pleasant elevation, she's moving out in all directions..." And the 2nd single, "Road to Nowhere" which is the perfect song to end the album on. I feel like this is the bands best song on "Little Creatures". It's a sweeping epic backed by gorgeous, flawless harmonies, and the sound is big and glorious. Towards the end of the song, Byrne's vocals become loud and rambunctious - it always makes me laugh because it's such an unexpected, awkward moment. The song is poetic even though the lyrics have a hint of pessimism in them because life is a never-ending journey. For some people it's an exhilarating ride, and for others it's an endless struggle. Talking Heads were one of the best and most experimental bands of the '70s and '80s. Even though the band broke-up 2 albums later after "Little Creatures" their incredible music lives on. If you like weird new wave/pop/funk music then Talking Heads is the band for you. Enjoy.
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